Feb 22, 201201:29 PMBlog
The attorneys general also point out that consolidated personal data profiles offer a tantalizing target for hackers and privacy thieves, writing that Google's creation of richer personal data profiles poses "the risk of much more damaging cases of identity theft and fraud when that data is compromised, a risk that will grow as instances of computer hacking grow."
The attorneys general have requested a meeting with Google Inc. CEO Larry Page as soon as possible. Page has been asked to reply no later than Feb. 29. Edit Module